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Libya is still better than under Qadhafi. But it's still awful for press freedom, more than a year and a half after NATO helped topple the regime.
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's text messages prompted his friends to, allegedly, attempt to destroy evidence in the case on his behalf.
When President Obama visits Mexico's new president this week, they might want to discuss what to do about that giant telephone eavesdropping system the U.S. is funding.
A former AOL vice president is poised to become the chief of science and technology for the Central Intelligence Agency. But before you make those jokes about octogenarians on dial-up, keep in mind: she's also been a NASA Jet Propulsion...
Video captured yesterday's deadly civilian cargo plane crash in Afghanistan. Horrible, horrible video.
Internal watchdogs for three U.S. intelligence and security agencies will review their info on the Boston bombing, but the chief of U.S. spycraft still says there was no intel failure.
The Pentagon spent millions developing a humongous hydrogen-fueled drone that could fly at soaring altitudes for a week at a time. Now the drone is on its lonesome, because no one wants to buy it.
The Pentagon is so starved for bandwidth that it's paying a Chinese satellite firm to help it communicate and share data.
Omar Hammami, the American jihadist in Somalia, sent out ominous tweets on Monday about an attack from his old allies in al-Shebab that seemed as if his death might be imminent.
Let Hamid Karzai be a cautionary tale. The U.S. can't buy foreign allies. It can only rent them. And even then, the cash undermines Washington's broader goals.
Once, the CIA tried to put sensors in the Himalayan mountains to spy on China. It nearly ended in complete failure.
President Obama meant to box in Syrian dictator Bashar Assad from using chemical weapons. Instead he may have boxed himself into a military escapade he doesn't want.
Mexico's drug war isn't just a conflict between the government and heavily-armed cartels. There's a third faction: vigilantes who operate in the space between the law and the lawless. Now the vigilantes are getting legalized.
The newly-limbless victims from the Boston Marathon attack are still being treated, and the alleged bomber is still under interrogation. But for a handful of defense and intelligence contractors, it's never too early to start pimping their products as the...
The U.S. intelligence community has uncovered strong evidence that chemical weapons have been used in Syria. Several blood samples, taken from multiple people, have tested positive for the nerve agent sarin.
Congressmen are already lining up to label the Boston Marathon bombing as yet another failure of the U.S. intelligence community. The head of America's 16 spy agencies has response for the Capitol Hill critics: back off.
The Air Force can't deal with all of the footage its flying spy 'bots take. And with the fancy new cameras the drones are getting, the problem is about to get way, way worse.
David Petraeus, the former CIA director who resigned after an extramarital affair, now has a stint doing workouts for charity. Retired Admiral Mike Mullen, once the Pentagon's top officer, is playing Battleship.
Powerful Americans are beginning to listen to Farea al-Muslimi, a 23-year-old, California-educated Yemeni who wants to stop the drone strikes in his country. Including some in the White House.
For the first time, a Senate panel heard from a Yemeni citizen about what deadly U.S. drone strikes look like on the ground and through foreign eyes.